F1 » Schumacher looking forward to final F1 exit

Multiple former F1 world champion Michael Schumacher has admitted that this time he is looking forward to exiting the sport and walking away - for good, this time.

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Manxie - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 7:01 PM

Auf Wiedersehen Michael. I followed you from before your very first bum on seat second in that Jordan, through retirement all the way to your second. I admire you for you achievements and for what you gave to F1.
All greats have /had flaws, it comes with being mega successful. I will miss your presence on track.
Take care, bis die Tage.

Eric Shone - Unregistered

November 25, 2012 8:23 PM

This grinning joke of a driver, when he wasn't endangering his peers lives couldn't even beat Rosberg!

I expected the Scummie fans to blame the Merc team and car(s) ...an explaination so obvious, so cliche, so lacking in imagination & worth it's hilarious. Lest we forget he drove a car occasionally capable of winning a GP ...albeit c/o Nico Rosberg!

This guy's true abilities were exposed without the entire might of FIAT, Bridgestone and subserviant team-mates behind him! Even with performance-levelling wet races the Kerpenister left all real and knowledgable race-fans deeply unimpressed ...if not downright embarrassed for him!


ex-loko.tkc.exe - Unregistered

November 30, 2012 10:13 PM

quote The Clover
"Schumacher may have had many contraversial incidents in his career but who can deny his achievments?"

Schumacher have had many achievements in his career, but who can deny his "controversial"?

even more when he "dont come here to do gifts"

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